Remember That Song – 1/20/21

Can you name the artist and song:

I used to hurry a lot, I used to worry a lot
I used to stay out till the break of day


Last Song: “Nobody’s Fool” by Cinderella from Night Songs (1987)

Great job Craig (@cdennis0130) and Lisa(@gabbyg89)!!!

I count the falling tears
They fall before my eyes
Seems like a thousand years
Since we broke the ties

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Remember That Song – 1/19/21

Can you name the artist and song:

I count the falling tears
They fall before my eyes
Seems like a thousand years
Since we broke the ties


Last Song: “Centipede” by Rebbie Jackson from the album Centipede (1985)
Great job Craig (@cdennis0130) and David (@daviddwwalker)!!!

Don’t you know in the quiet of the night
Is when the snake is in the crawlin’
And the moon starts to glow then disappear

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Episode 32: ’80s Radical Sabbatical Virtual Festival

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On today’s episode, Paul and Del welcome Claire Young and Caroline Connelly, founders of the upcoming ’80s Radical Sabbatical Virtual Festival. This incredible event will be held on Saturday, January 30, 2021 beginning at 12:00pm Central/1:00pm Eastern, and will be at least 8 hours. Check out the episode to get all the exciting details!



Once again, the following people will be performing:

  • Bret Michaels
  • Kenny Loggins
  • Grandmaster Flash (who will be taking us on a journey on the history of rap and hip-hop)
  • Sebastian Bach’s Vinyl Wino (You get a package of 4 bottles of wine, and he will be doing segments of drinking wine and talking music)
  • Lita Ford
  • Ray Parker Jr.
  • A Storytellers session with Jim Peterik of Survivor and Cathy Richardson of Jefferson Starship
  • Jessie’s Girl (an awesome 80s tribute band)
  • Resurrection (a Journey tribute band)
  • SupersonicBlonde (a band who will be playing a one-hit wonder song on the top of each hour from each year of the 80s)
  • Moriah Formica a young rock singer who got a 4-chair turn on The Voice.
  • A Q&A session with Mark Weiss, author of the book, The Decade That Rocked
  • In addition to all these, the festival kicks off with an aerobics class.
  • There will be a cooking clinic with Claudia Wells (the original Jennifer from Back to the Future) who will be cooking from the Back to the Future cookbook, which you can also get.
  • There is also a virtual photo booth, trivia, and all other games, including a costume contest and junior costume contest, and prizes.

There are all kinds of packages you can get with this festival. It is so exciting! And if that’s not enough, you can also do a video call with Sebastian Bach. Quantities are limited. So act now if you’d like to do that.

To get tickets, go to https://80sradsab.ticketspice.com/80sradsab

You can also connect with the ’80s Radical Sabbatical on the following social media accounts:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sRadSab

Twitter: @80sRadSab

Instagram: @80sRadSab

Del can be found on the show 80s at 8 on 91.1 WEDM FM as well the 80s at 8 Facebook page where he posts 80s news.

And you can follow Return to the 80s at:

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Email: returntothe80s@gmail.com

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Remember That Song – 1/13/21

***Deep Track***
Can you name the artist and song:

Don’t you know in the quiet of the night
Is when the snake is in the crawlin’
And the moon starts to glow then disappear


Last Song: “Goody Two Shoes” by Adam Ant from Friend or Foe (1983)

Great job Adora (@Adora2000), Lynne (@LynneAshton2), Lori (@ThreezkyMusic), and Fluffy Toy Toad (@28daysnotice)!!!

We don’t follow fashion
That’d be a joke
You know we’re going to set them, set them
So everyone can take note, take note

If you’d like to get this song from Amazon, click on the album cover below:

Remember That Song – 1/12/21

Can you name the artist and song:

We don’t follow fashion
That’d be a joke
You know we’re going to set them, set them
So everyone can take note, take note


Last Song: “Honestly” by Stryper from To Hell with the Devil (1988)

Great job Vicssecret (@Vicssecret)!!!

And through the years
I will be a friend
For always and forever

If you’d like to get this song from Amazon, click on the album cover below:

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